EXCLUSIVE: Liam Gavin’s occult horror stars Sightseers’ Steve Oram.
The series is set after a devastating biological catastrophe.
London-based sales and production company boards Juliet Stevenson and Malcolm McDowell projects.
KFM: Russian investor boards ‘Black Angel’ remake, ‘made in Russia’ blockbusters, KFM pitching winners, Latido picks up Ukrainian debut
A trio of high-profile Chinese film executives discussed the reasons why the Chinese and Japanese film industries are not regular collaborators at the Japan Content Showcase (JCS) on Tuesday.
EXCLUSIVE: DDI boards rom-com starring Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay, David Tennant and Simon Bird of The Inbetweeners.
The Los Angeles company will introduce international sales next week on Morgan Creek Productions’ Tupac Shakur biopic.
The company has joined Scott Free Productions on the previously untitled project starring Charlie Hunnam and Léa Seydoux and will commence international sales at the Santa Monica market next week.
Pathé has set a spring 2017 start date for principal photography on DJ Films production from director Andrew Haigh.
Mark Forster’s recent Toronto world premiere starring Blake Lively and Jason Clarke has found its US home.
The actress will play the lead in the thriller which the Los Angeles-based company will finance and introduce to worldwide buyers next week.
The Canadian sales company heads to the Santa Monica market with worldwide rights to the occult horror film starring Laurie Holden.
The Dan Brown adaptation starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones has surged past the milestone after ten days.
The 29th edition of TIFF (Oct 25-Nov 3) is adopting a global, contemporary outlook with a competition section that features a host of young film-makers.
The first part of SS Rajamouli’s Telugu-language epic, Baahubali: The Beginning, stormed the Indian box office and sold to 30 territories. Now the follow-up has set its sights on further international success.
Three initiatives in Scandinavia are encouraging film-makers to experiment by breaking out of production norms.
The festival’s TV section has been rebranded as Haifa TV Series Meetings (Oct 20) this year.
India is on the brink of a streaming revolution, with international players joining a host of local platforms. But can anyone make money in this complex and crowded market? Liz Shackleton reports.